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Value Based Contracting Director, Wenatchee, WA

Organization: Columbia Valley Community Health
Category: Director
Location: Wenatchee, WA
Date Job Posted: April 27, 2020
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Value Based Contracting Director

Come Join Our Team! We are seeking a Value Based Contracting Director at our Wenatchee location. This position is responsible for management of CVCH’s managed care health plan contracts including negotiations with managed care organizations (MCO), measures, and relationship management. Ensures assessment and communication tools to monitor performance, compliance with agreements, and other critical information relating to managed care are in place. Recommends and, in conjunction with internal corporate partners, implements methodologies through which the corporation can improved managed care performance.

Position Requirements:

  • Master’s degree from a four-year college and/or a professional certification requiring formal education beyond a four-year college in Health Care Administration, Nursing, or other relevant discipline.
  • 8 years progressive experience in a managed care contracting or related field with a minimum of 1-year experience in a leadership role required.
  • Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) managed care certification preferred.
  • Current Washington State driver’s license and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage.

We offer:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Flexible Schedules
  • Generous Paid Leave/Holidays
  • 100% Employer Paid Medical for Employee
  • Retirement with Company Matching
  • Free Gym Membership
  • Cell Phone Discounts
  • Awesome Company Culture: BBQ’s, Movie’s, Holiday Parties, Outreach Events, Fitness Challenges and more!

To learn more and to complete our online application please visit our website at

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